Sunday, 8th March 2015

by Joshua Gaskell

Pank, v. and n.

Pronunciation: /paŋk/
Etymology: Origin unknown; possible connection with pant v.; perhaps coined as a nonce-word to rhyme with flank.

1. v. To pant, breathe hard.
2. n. Pain in the flank or loin; perh. used to denote inordinate sexual desire.